Corrugated Leaf Place Cards

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Looking for an elegant way to dress up your table this Thanksgiving? These semi-DIY Corrugated Leaf Place Cards are simple yet perfect for the holiday. For more posts like this see my Thanksgiving page.

Corrugated Leaf Place Cards

I fell in love with corrugated scrapbook paper, the look of it just screams rustic! So I knew it would make perfect place cards for my Thanksgiving table.

This is another super easy project from my #turkeytablescapes for JoAnn Fabrics Celebrate the Season Campaign. If you missed the first one, click to check out my Rustic Turkey Centerpiece.

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Corrugated Leaf Place Cards

Materials needed found at JoAnn Fabrics Crafts Stores:


make leaf place cards

Remove the acorns from the door hanger.

DIY corrugated leaf placecards

Take a leaf and place on corrugated paper, cut around the leaf with scissors. Punch a hole in the corrugated leaf with a hole punch.

Make leaf shaped tag place card

Place a leaf on a tag over the end with the hole and cut around it with scissors.

Tie a string of jute onto the acorn and then through the hole of the two cards. Add a guests name and you’re set!

Turkey centerpiece

You can get all the items listed above to make your Corrugated Leaf Place Cards for your Thanksgiving table at your local JoAnn Fabrics store or online~

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  1. 11.2.18
    Emily said:

    These are so perfect for Thanksgiving! Pinned and will be including in my Merry Monday Features :)

  2. 11.19.17
    Erlene said:

    I saw some ornaments made out of corrugated stuff, so I might have to add this to my craft stash. Love how you used it to accent your table place cards. Definitely adds some interest and texture.

  3. 11.22.13
    Natalie said:

    Super Craft :)
    Thanks for sharing your tutorial on Tutorial Thursdays Linky Party this month. Your Tutorial will be a feature on Monday 25th November.
    I look forward to seeing you again in the next month’s linky.

  4. 11.22.13

    I LOVE these!

  5. 11.20.13

    I have always been in love with the corrugated scrapbook paper for years. I love this creative way to do place cards. Already pinned and thank you for sharing with all of us at the Show Stopper Saturday party!

  6. 11.20.13

    Thanks for sharing your leaf place cards. They were featured in today’s fall craft roundup. Don’t forget to link up your Christmas decorating ideas tomorrow for another chance to be featured!

  7. 11.19.13
    Michele said:

    Hi Kim, I’m in the Smart School House 16 Thanksgiving crafts roundup with you!!!
    I love your leaf place cards:) I tried to make Christmas trees and stars last year using corrugated packaging inserts and failed miserably:( Gonna follow your details and try again! Hugs and Happy Thanksgiving!!!!

  8. 11.18.13

    These are just too cute! I’m so glad you linked them up with us at Twirl and Take a Bow! ~Tammy

  9. 11.17.13
    DesignedByBH said:

    I absolutely love these! :)

  10. 11.16.13
    Lynnie said:

    I love acorns and thought this was really cute and like that it is corrigated.

  11. 11.16.13

    These are so cute! Thanks for the inspiration.

  12. 11.13.13
    Jill said:

    This is a super cute Thanksgiving themed (especially for dinner) craft that looks kid friendly to make. Thanks for the coupon too! Thank you for sharing and for linking up this week to the Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop.

  13. 11.11.13

    These are adorable Kim! Love the use of the corregated paper! Thank you for sharing at Monday Funday! Featuring these tonight on our FB page and pinning! ;) Bonnie